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VIDEO | Watch: Exchange Between Adam Zampa & Matthew Wade After Zampa’s Hattrick Gets Denied By Wicket Keeper

Adam Zampa drove the bowling with a five-for, before Aaron Finch ruled the 74-run pursue to seal Australia's prevailing eight-wicket prevail upon Bangladesh in Dubai on Thursday. Australia pushed forward of South Africa in the Group 2 focuses table, with the two groups having now won three out of four.

It took Australia simply 6.2 overs to finish the 74-run pursue against Bangladesh, with captain Aaron Finch driving the way with a 20-ball 40. The right-hander's rush included two fours and four sixes in a 58-run opening stand with David Warner (18).

Prior, Mitchell Starc (2/21), Josh Hazlewood (2/8), and Glenn Maxwell (1/6) struck ahead of schedule, to decrease Bangladesh to 32/4 in the powerplay after Finch selected to bowl. Adam Zampa (5/19) then, at that point, dominated and had Afif Hossain gotten behind on the main bundle of his spell to make it 33/5.

With the third success from Australia moved to the second situation in the Group 1 point table, while Bangladesh quit the competition with fifth loss in as numerous Super 12s matches. Australia will play West Indies in Abu Dhabi on Saturday, November 6.

Adam Zampa missed the hat-trick as Wicket-Keeper missed the catch!

Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa might have turned into the third bowler in this T20 World Cup to take a hattrick and the fourth by and large however wicket-manager, Matthew Wade, denied him the chance. On his hattrick ball, he incited an edge off Taskin Ahmed's willow however Wade neglected to hold tight to a guideline get behind the stumps. The Aussie wicket-guardian was troubled and the two had an on-field trade that was gotten on the stump mic.

Zampa finished with figures of 5/19 in his four overs, turning into the bowler with the best figures in this competition. It is the best bowling figure for an Australian bowler, bettering James Faulkner's 5/27 against Pakistan in the 2016 T20 World Cup.

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Lance Klusener: 'The fantasy of Afghanistan cricket is the thing that they've accomplished with not many assets'

Lance Klusener, veteran of two ODI World Cups and part of one of the most critical World Cup coordinates ever, is once again at a different universe competition, this time as Afghanistan's lead trainer. He discusses managing difficulties on and off the field, and the jobs played by the Afghanistan senior players. Afghanistan have beaten West Indies in the warm-ups, ran Pakistan close in the primary competition, and dominated two games. What do you think about the beginning?

I think it has been strong. We get that, with due regard, it's Namibia and Scotland that we figured out how to beat. Indeed, we had an awesome game against Pakistan, and we were somewhat unfortunate eventually. Have the focuses and the run rate that we do have now, however actually the opposition for us is still to begin, with India and New Zealand, which are two a-list groups.

At the point when Afghanistan faced India in the 2010 T20 World Cup, it was a disproportionate coordinate. Presently, in the event that they beat India, they will be near the very edge of a semi-last spot. As it were, does this show the advancement of Afghanistan?

Indeed, totally. Returning to Asghar [Afghan], that is the administration with which he has had the option to move the group along. Actually we're actually developing and still have far to go. Notwithstanding, the fantasy of Afghanistan cricket for me has been what they've had the option to accomplish with generally couple of assets - that has been extraordinary. Also, as I said, accomplishing that and as yet being modest individuals, what's to come is splendid.

You've been with Afghanistan as lead trainer from 2019. What has dazzled you the most with regards to this group?

Simply their energy for the game, their eagerness to learn and their readiness to turn out to be better. That is simply astonishing - how hard they work. So I'm not actually shocked that they are accomplishing what they have done in a brief time frame. Just very pleased.

What have you realized as a mentor in your experience with the side?

I've instructed all throughout the planet, however what stands apart for me is exactly how humble these folks are, the manner by which deferential they are, and how mindful they are of their foundations and their obligation to their allies. That is critical, to keep your feet on the ground, which they do.

What's your training theory? Is it accurate to say that you are an involved mentor?

I'm involved where I should be. At this level, about establishing a climate will permit every one of the players to develop. You have your senior players - Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi, for instance - who super need a climate to keep on developing, offering them [help] where and when they need it.

Then, at that point, you have your adolescents in the crew who presumably need more active direction, so I believe it's a blend of making a stride back when you really want to and stepping in and taking care of business when you really want to. The stunt is knowing and getting your planning right. I believe we're fortunate that we have a decent blend of youth and experience; we have a decent mix of mentors for this opposition too.

Discussing the mentors, what have Andy Flower and Shaun Tait brought to the crew as advisor and bowling trainer?

Experience and believability. Andy was the mentor of England when they won this opposition [in 2010] and it has been useful for me to have other senior mentors to ricochet thoughts off. But at the same time it's great for the players - they get an alternate point of view on batting or bowling. I'm very enthusiastic about getting outside help. Now and again, it just [about] hearing the very message from an alternate voice that can improve things significantly.

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